Temple in Mount Abu
Arbuda Devi Temple
Arbuda Devi Temple is located on Mount Abu in the Arvali Hills, and Guru Shikhar is the highest peak. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. It is believed that the half-body part of Sati (‘Adhar’) fell here and it was found that the image of Adhar Devi hanging in mid-air is the reason this temple is called Adhar Devi Temple. Navaratri is the most important festival celebrated in this temple. The best time to visit Arbuda Devi Temple is from October to March.
Mount Abu Temples
Mount Abu is situated in the Aravalli Range and is located in the Sirohi district of Rajasthan. It is the only hill station in the state and is known for its pleasant climate, Natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. One of the top places to visit is Arbuda Devi Temple a Hindu temple situated on a hill in Mount Abu. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple was named after the 'Adhar' of the Goddess Durga, which fell at the site and was found hanging in mid-air. The temple is visited by people in large numbers during the nine days of the famous festival 'Navratri, and the best time to visit is from the month of October to February.